CPHR Canada and SHRM Agreement Opens Certification Pathways

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and The Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of Canada (CPHR Canada) have entered an agreement to mutually recognize each organizations' certification programs (CPHR, and SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP credentials). What this means for  HR...

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September is Disability Employment Month: A Case Study in Shared Opportunity

The first question people ask in social situations is, “What is your name?” The next question is, “What do you do?” Too many British Columbians with disabilities do not have a good answer to the second question. Of Disabilities and...

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AI and the Human Workplace: Evolving Opportunities in Changing Times

Changing technology has been impacting the workplace for decades, but current changes are coinciding with profound changes in the workforce that are affecting us now and will continue to do so well into the future. Welcome to the Intelligence Revolution Changing...

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Get Unstuck and Empowered with Emotional Intelligence

In this day and age when talent is in high demand are you losing your top people to your competition? Worse yet, are you losing your people to disinterest and apathy? Are your employees disengaged? If you answered YES...

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How to Thrive in An Age of Distraction

If technology was intended to free up our time, decrease our stress levels and allow us to automate repetitive tasks, how did it become so distracting? In an effort to free ourselves from a highly administrative environment and allow us...

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The Perfect Time to Get Creative is Now

By David Usher We all have an image in our mind's eye of the perfect time and space to do our creative work. An amazing studio overlooking the ocean with the brilliant light of a sunset washing colour through the...

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The Time Has Come for Harassment and Violence-Free Workplaces

By Anthony Ariganello, CPHR Bullying, harassment and sexual violence have no place in today’s workplace. Yet, according to a survey conducted for the federal government:10 per cent of respondents say harassment is common in the workplace; 44 per cent say...

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Change Management? Think ‘Loss’ Management

By Bree Groff I have always identified as a change junkie. It’s why I’m in the business of change management. Why I’ve lived in five different cities in the past ten years. And yet, I make my coffee the exact same...

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